Mount Holly’s Tales of the Crypt is Oct. 8

The “residents” of Mount Holly Cemetery  invite you to visit with them during the 19th annual Tales of the Crypt on Oct. 8.  This popular fall tradition features “appearances” by some early Arkansans who are interred at Mount Holly in

National Park Service to Close Facilities as Part of Federal Government Shutdown

The National Park Service of the U. S. Department of the Interior will close all of its facilities as part of a federal government shutdown. In Arkansas that includes the Arkansas Post National Memorial; Hot Springs National Park ( the

Find Fantastic Fireworks On And Around July 4th in Arkansas

Independence Day is traditionally celebrated with fireworks displays, which evoke the history of the Revolutionary War. Just as Francis Scott Key wrote in the Star Spangled Banner, “oh the rockets’ red glare, the bombs bursting in air…” today we celebrate

Arkansas Made Horror Flicks Showcased this Weekend

Do you like a good scare? Then Little Rock Horror Picture Show is for you.  Presented by the Little Rock Film Festival March 22-24, the best in the horror genre from around the world will be shown. Spencer Parsons’ film

Arkansas Has Six of the Country’s Top 50 Crappie Lakes

Fishhound.com has ranked the top crappie lakes in the United States.  The Natural State has six impoundments on the list. Lake Dardanelle was top-ranked for Arkansas and ninth in the country.  Nimrod came in as number 12 nationally, followed by

Spring Break Fun at Davidsonville Historic State Park

Spring break is right around the corner. Time to find something fun and exciting for the kids to do during their time off!  During the school break, many of our 52 Arkansas State Parks will be offering special activities to

Harlem Globetrotters in Arkansas!

The Harlem Globetrotters are heading to Arkansas! It’s unlikely you have never heard their name before, but if not, the Globetrotters are a basketball team that travels the world performing amazing tricks on the court and airborne feats that can

Arkansas Trail Running Series in Full Swing

  There are still 3 races left in the Arkansas Trail Series. This series ( 6 races overall) is geared towards first time trail runners, with distances between 3-5 miles.  There are three races remaining in the series: On January

Snow Sets Records in Parts of Arkansas

  In light of the snow surrounding us, I thought a blog on snow would be fitting. The below article is by Howard West and appeared in The Courier Online today. For the first time in eight decades, Arkansas had

The BMX Scene in Arkansas

  Arkansas has become quite a hotspot for BMX (Bicycle motocross). “We actually have a vibrant scene here in Arkansas,” said Alex Kienlen, managing editor of BMXer Magazine and operator of the Bonzai BMX in North Little Rock. “We have
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